I'm doing that at the moment.
Originally posted by grover:
[B]Ah... so if I moved the spare VCR in here, I could watch TV on my PC? cool
It works very well. The ATI software automatically switches the sound input on/off when you start/stop the video input so it's a bit like having one of the All-In-Wonder cards (except you change channels on the VCR).
P.S. The one issue that I've found is that system response slows down alot for about a minute when you first initialise the video input. I think it's due to the auto balance/contrast facility kickin' in and munchin' CPU cycles.
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